set aside something phrasal verb, verb Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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Meaning of "set aside something" - American English Dictionary

set aside something

phrasal verb with set  us   /set/ verb

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to decide not to consider something: We need to set aside our differences and begin to cooperate. To set aside a legal decision or a judgment is to state that it is no longer in effect: The court of appeals set aside his conviction.
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